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Dedication 



Retirement 




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pp. 6-7 



The Way We Were 

Memories, light the corners of my 

mind, 
Misty water color memories 

of the way we were. 
Scattered pictures of the smiles 

we left behind, 
Smiles we gave to one another 

for the way we were. 
Can it be that it was all so simple 

then, 

or has time rewritten every line? 

If we had the chance to do it all 

again, 

tell me would we? Could we? 

Memories may be beautiful, and 

yet, 

What's too painful to remember 

We simply choose to forget. 

So, it's the laughter we will 

remember, 

Whenever we remember 

The way we were; the way we were. 

Bergman & Hamlisch 




Seniors 



Activities 



Faculty 




pp. 134-144 



pp. 1 20- 133 



pp. 32-1 1 3 



Mrs. Jean McGann 



DEDICATION 













For the past four years Mrs. Jean McGann has com- 
pletely dedicated herself to the Class of 1 985. Through 
these yeans she has had to juggle her responsibilities as 
a Brimfield select person, teacher and wife to make 
certain she was always there for us. Selfless and de- 
voted, she was there. 

Even as Freshmen, she made us believe that we were 
special — that we could strive and achieve and succeed. 
Mrs. McGann taught us what it meant to accomplish 
something by working together. She was our silent 
strength and proud rally cry. 

She, an adult, believed in and respected us. We, in 
turn, learned to respect, admire and love her. Mrs. 
McGann guided us through Thanksgiving rallies, winter 
carnivals, car washes, magazine drives, M S. M sales, 
cap and gown measurements and many other endless 
high school activities. During all of this, she became our 
own special friend. 

Mrs. McGann, you are and always will be the uniting 
force, the motivating force, and the winning force be- 
hind our class. We want to thank you for all the wonder- 
ful memories. 

Forever, 
The Class of 1 985 



After an outstanding teaching career that spanned 
twenty-five years, Mrs. Elizabeth LeClair, a member of 
the SHS Business Department for the past seventeen 
yeans, will be retiring at the end of this school year. Prior 
to conning to Southbnidge, she spent eight yeans at 
Tountelotte High School in North Gnovesnondale, Con- 
necticut. 

Affectionately known as "Betty" by hen colleagues, 
she was always highly nespected by both staff members 
and students alike. Blessed with a wondenful sense of 
humor, she will always be remembered and sonely mis- 
sed as a stenn taskmaster who always had her stu- 
dent's best interests at heart. She once said, "When I 
get angry, It's not because I don't care; it's because I 
do!" Undoubtedly, the quote best sums up her philoso- 
phy of teaching, that of caring. 

A graduate of Tourlelotte High School, she acquired 
her Bachelor's Degree at Annhurst College and her 
Master's at the State College in Worcester. She and 
her husband, George, who live in Quinebaug, have been 
married for thirty-five years and have three children. 

Interviewed for a school newspaper article a few 
years ago, she stated at that time that if allowed one 






RETIREMENT . . . 

wish she would ask fon "good health 
coupled with eanly retirement to 
travel to her heart's content." Her 
wish was obviously granted as, in ex- 
cellent health, she will retire at fifty 
five, has already traveled to France in 
April, and is looking forward to a return 
trip to Hawaii in the very near future. 
Speaking for the entire SHS family, 
the yearbook staff congratulates 
Mrs. LeClair on her successful "Silver 
Anniversary" career and extends 
their best wishes for continued health 
and happiness in her retirement 
years. 



Mrs. Elizabeth LeClair 



This Page 

Right: SHS Principal Mr. Edward 

J. Desroches, Evaluation Team 

Chairman Mr. George Skinner 

and Steering Committee 

Chairman Mr. David Yacavace. 

Below Left: Chairman Skinner. 

Below Right: Evaluators, Mrs. 

Janet Bryant, Mr. Joseph 

Cormier and Chairman Skinner. 

Below Right: Evaluators Mr. 

William Bannister and Mr. William 

Pendell. 




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Opposite Page 

Top Left: Evaluators Pendell, Mr. 
Gerald Bergeron, Bannister and 
Bryant. Top Right: Mr. Desroches. 
Center: Evaluation Team Assistant 
Chairman Mr. Raymond Chamberland 
and Mr. Yacavace. Bottom Left: Mr. 
Desroches, Mr. Skinner, Mr. 
Yacavace, Mr. Cormier and Mrs. 
Bryant. Bottom Right: Mr. Cormier. 



Above: Southbridge High School Evaluation Steering Committee 
Members Mr. Dennis Desroches, Committee Chairman Mr. David 
yacavace, Assistant Principal Mr. Joseph Bialy, Principal Mr. Edward 
Desroches and Mrs. Celesta Sullivan. 



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In mid-October, SHS underwent four 

days of intense scrutiny by a visiting 

twelve member team of evaluators 

from the New England Association of 

Schools and Colleges CNEASC1 

Essentially, the four days were spent 

reviewing how Southbridge High 

School stacked up to eleven different 

NEASC standards such as school 

philosophy and objectives, and fifteen 

subject areas such as English and 

Social Studies. In addition, the 

evaluators met with staff, questioned 

students at random, and studied the 

physical plant of the school. 

Prior to the arrival of the NEASC 

team, school administrators and staff 

went through fifteen months of 

intense self-evaluation and mountains 

of paperwork in preparation for the 

visit. The intent was to be 

re-accredited by the NEASC — 

accreditation being considered 

essential for a community to keep its 

educational standards high. 

Though the final evaluation report 

was expected to be released in the 

spring, after this yearbook's last 

deadline, it was the consensus of all 

involved that SHS had again passed 

the evaluation with flying colors. 



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SHS UNDER THE MAGNIFYING GLASS . . 



1 385 Yearbook Staffs 



Front: Assistant Editor Michelle 

Ledoux and Business Editor-in-Chief 

Karen Materas. Back: Advisor Mr. 

Peter Hapgood, Jennifer Gosk, 

Mango Panico, Michelle John and 

Michelle Roy. Missing when photo 

was taken was Assistant Editor 

Nedine Mateychuk. 



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Above: Editors-in-Chief Jessica Graf and Amy Szczygiel. 
Right: Photographer Michelle Russell. 



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Left: Sports Editor Jennifer Gosk. Missing was Kerry 
Thurlow. Below: Carrie Lorkiewicz end Copy Editor Moni- 
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Front: Pamela Gaulin, Layout Editor 
Christie Cotton and Melissa 
Cournoyer. Back: Michelle 
Frechette, Dena Gervasi, Laura 
Carmel, Debbie Forend and Kerry 
Lafrenais. 



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Front: Elaine Bruzios, Senior Staff 
Editor Lori Patnaude and Gine 
Crance. Beck: Michelle Pousseau, 
Michelle Sweet and Michelle Ledoux. 
Missing was Michelle Johnson. 



This Page Compliments of: Shawmut Worcester County Bank 







Memories — light the corners of my mind, 
Misty water color memories 
of the way we were. 



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Scattered pictures of the smiles we left 

behind, 
Smiles we gave to one another for the 

way we were. 




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Can it be that it was all so simple then, or has 

time rewritten every line? 
If we had the chance to do it all again, tell me 

would we? Could we? 



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Memories may be beautiful, and yet, 
What's too painful to remember 
We simply choose to forget. 




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So, it's the laughter we will remember, whenever 
we remember the way we were . . . 





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16 This Page Compliments of: Southbridge Sheet Metal Works, Inc. 




Gerardo Alicaa 

Football; Basketball; Track; 
"Do it up", "Excellent tune"; 
Hampton B4, My Mustang, 
The Camp, Xmas Eve With 
J.R., Concerts, Music, The 
Dcean, Snowy Nights, Sports; 
Boring People, People Who Ar- 
gue. 



lamaal Alicaa Jr. 

Track; "Hey!", "Find a home! 
"Hey! You Sick of Living! 
"What's up?"; Rose Fournier. 




William R. Amiott 

Fnosh Math Team; "I don't be- 
lieve this is happening!", "Did 
you see that?"; College Biology, 
Gophers, Bowling accident, 
The Vega, Weekends; Work. 




James Alicaa 

Varsity Soccer Co-Captain; 
Basketball; Baseball; October 
"S.A, 1 984 before practice with 
Dana and Brian, Sports. 



Ramon Andujar 

"What's up Pato?"; Cafeteria; 
Mrs. Clerk. 




Alan M. Arna 

Football; Track and Field; 
this ducky?!" 



Michelle 8. Ai 



ult 



Isn't "Danny!"; Halloween 'S3, Going 
out and partying, Worcester, 
Metro, My friends and Susie's 
Birthday Party. 





Cynthia Aucoin 



James A. Bachand 

Football; Track; "There's noth- 
ing wrong with Heavy Metal", 
"Turn it up", "Twisted Sister is 
excellent"; Dio and Priest con- 
cents, Senior Trip, Football, 
Skiing; Heavy metal, M.P. ; 
Rainy Nights. 



Barbara Bacon 

Track; Concessions; "Don't 
push me", "We'll see"; Skipping 
out and going to Miche's, 
School Trips, Bigelow, The 
Pines, The good times with my 
friends; Mr. Thomas, Mr. Bialy. 



□imitri Baloglou 



Eric B. Beauregard 

"It's again my pleasure dear to 
seek the helpless future."; 
Countdown to looking glass; 
Sex Pistols; Duran Duran, 
Break Dancing. 






Timothy Baker 

Football; Baseball; Alefest, 
Summer of S3; ale; Report 
Cards, Break Dancing. 



□avid L. Beaulieu 

Basketball; Track; "Don't do 
anything I'd do", "Take the back 
door"; Either too bad to re- 
member or too good to men- 
tion; A good night out; The next 
day. 



Judith M. Bergeron 

Usherette, Senior Conces- 
sions, French Club, Who's Who 
Among American H. S. Stu- 
dents; "Elaaainel"; Marcial, 2/ 
12. 26/83, Ms. Poulm, CDrik:), 
II est mort. Amy's cute wiggle. 



Rebecca Bernard 

Band: Concert. marching, 
Jazz, Dual County; "I can handle 
that"; Uno games, Donald 
Duck's Birthday, Todd smells 
pretty; A whole piece of pizza, 
Friends, Initiation, Study Hall; 
Not getting mail on Sunday. 



Rinaldo Bernardone 

Track and Field, Basketball; 
"What's up", "Give me a break", 
"I don't care anymore". "Get out 
of my face". Michele, My 
friends, All the gang. All the 
years at S. H. S. 





Christopher Biadaaz 



Sean M. Blaka 

Soccer; "Girls". "Hey dude 
what's up", "It's cool"; Summer 
of B4, Scott Larochelle's Vege. 
Todd H.'s can, The telephone 
pole in front of the school, All 
my girlfriends; Cold beer, Girls; 
Hangovers. 



Liaa G. Bouchar 

Concessions; "That's life", "Oh 
well!"; Brian's Chevelle, Soph. 
Bio w/M.J., Accounting w/ 
Sean, Chorus w/K. P. , R. L. , 
N.L. ; Fast Z-28's, Ice Cream; 
Freshmen. 



Vic Bounphaaaysonh 

Varsity Soccer; "Keep cool and 
be good"; Lazy and absent- 
minded; Party foods; Stuckup 
people. 



Michaal S. Brean 

National Honor Society; 

"What's up", "How's it going"; 
Rock Concerts; Hard Rock, Va- 
cations; Mondays, Calculus, 
SAT's. 






Sangmany 
Bounphaaayaol 

Soccer; "If you don't like me, 
tough luck"; 12 O.d. 's from ju- 
nior skip day; Cheerleaders; 
Hot Dogs. 



Randy Brackett 

Football. 



Elaine F. Bruzioa 

National Honor Society, Year- 
book Business Staff, Yearbook 
Staff, Freshmen Math Team; 
"Who took my pen?", "That's 
Queer"; One scary night, Speed 
reading with Johnson; FMTM: 
Two Hondra Gouroonia. 



Patricia A. Buccelli 

Basketball, Concessions, Band; 
"Oh my God, I almost died"; Fall 
Festival B3, Tree at Cohasse. 



Scott M. Burden 

Track; "Hey incredible", "I'm 
spent", "I don't care what any 
body says about you you're al- 
right."; July 2, 19B4; Alma and 
my 5~7; Calculus. 








Laurie J. Burke 

"Give me e break"; My Fresh- 
man and Senior years, My 
friends: Becky, Laura, Debbie, 
Amy, Kim, Patty, Judy, Amy's 
cute little wiggle; Bob, Rallies, 
Games, Trips. 



Lynda Cadarotto 

Secretary of Concert Choir, 
Pres. of Student Leaders, Tal- 
ent Shows; Laurie at Ledoux's 
party, Chasing Chip, Foods 2 w/ 
Kara & Kelleyl, The Hollywood 
Scholarship to Joe's; Chip He- 
roux, Dancing, Chinese Food. 



Kera A. Ci 



V. Field Hockey, V. Basketball, 
Tennis, J.V. Softball, Student 
Leaders; "Anita Huh", "What 
you know"; Fall Festival S3, Car 
rides with AK, DL, LM, AA, RG, 
MV, ML, VM, J.S. 's grad. 
party; Laughing; Bad Moods. 



Kimberly A. Ceplette 

Concert Choir, Select Choir; 
McDonald Days, Quebec Trip, 
Slipping on the leaves. 



Kim C. Cermel 

Varsity S. J.V. Cheerleading, 
Art Club, Yearbook; "I'm 
sorry", "I feel bad"; Swimming 
down the Panama, Special 
friends, Junior Year, U. Mass. ; 
Brian, Hugs, Best Friends, T. 
Beers, McNugets. 






Jeffrey Cantara 

Football. 



Michelle Y. Ceplette 

Varsity Field Hockey CCspt. 3, 
Varsity Track Ccapt. ), Varsity S. 
J.V. Basketball. Student 

Leaders, Band; "Kelleyl"; Dis- 
tricts: Track S. F. Hockey. Tree 
at cohasse, Fall Festival 'S3, 
Upside down; Sports, Vettes; 
Th"e Word Jock! 



Christopher Carregher 



Brenda Carrero 



William □. Checkoeky 

Basketball; "Spiritual enhance- 
ment", "Such is life", "The week- 
end has officially begun! ! ! "; Law 
Class; 4/24/B4; J.R. car, Long 
phone conversations, Deep 
talks w/N.M., B, J. A., K.P. , 
Conman; Weekends. 





Robert Cherniaky 



Scott J. Cholnaki 

Tennis, Computer Club; 

"Surely you jest"; Summer Vo- 
cation. 



Stephanie A. Chriaikoa 

Student Council Trees. . Na- 
tional Honor Society Pnes. , 
Yearbook Art Editor and Busi- 
ness Staff, Frosh. Math Team; 
"It's scary"; Hyannis Coventry, 
One Scary night; Rick, Mr. 
Thomas K. L. ; Two Hondra Gou- 
roonia, K. L. 



Shawn P. Cormier 

Track, Cross Country, Tennis, 
National Honor Society; "Why 
worry about it"; Being too 
young to work; Hunting, Open 
Study; Writing and Calculus, 
Pain. 



Todd W. Coata 

Varsity Basketball, J.V. Base- 
ball; "Never tease a weasel", 
'Hey wild man"; Basketball 
Championship, Nursery rhy- 
les in sophomore composi- 
tion; Sports, Music; Mondays, 
Freshmen. 






Richard Colon 



Derek G. Corriveau 

Class V. P. Junior Year, Who's 
Who Among Amer. H. S. Stu- 
dents, Skits Concessions; 
"Poldervaart & . . . ", La 
Mouche qui est mort; 90% of 
life. 



Laurie A. Cote 

Student Council, Student 
Leaders, Yearbook; Texas with 
Lori, Jammin, Grams, Florida, 
Hampton, Camp, Aug. 8, 
1 9B9, Feb. 5, 1 983, Junior 
Prom, Times with Jose; Danc- 
ing, John saving the whele. 



William Cote 



Chriatie Cotton 

Yearbook Layout staff, French 
Club; V. P. Nat. Honor Soc. ; "I 
know I put it somewhere", "I just 
hed it a minute ago"; MacD's 
with J.G., M.R., & D.F. , My 
car, New Year's Football 
games, D.F. 's lilacs, Chem 
Labs. 





Kelly Cotton 

Concessions, Prom Commit- 
tee; "Can't wait till Friday", 
"How is it hanging"; Oct. 20, 
G.J., Swimming down the Pan- 
ama, Mr. Flan's Chem cless, 
Sleep over at G. C. 



Laura A. Cournoyar 

"Work and having fun", "Listen 
to me", "I'm tired"; Uno games, 
Being with S.M., Talking to 
Martian S. George, Donald 
Duck's B-day, All my friends; 
Football games, Open study, 
S.M.; Mondays, Doctors, 
School food. 



□abra L. Coutu 

Marching, Concert, Dual- 
County Bands, Who's Who 
Among American H.S. Stu- 
dents; "Know what", "What?"; 
Football games, Balloons in 
Becky's locker, Mr. Libera, 
"B5"; Friends, Scott G., 
School. 



Karry □. Dion 

Football, Golf CCo-Cept. ], 

Weightlifting Club, Bleacher 
Creatures; The camp line, Tip- 
ton, My Barn, Partying, Flor- 
ida, Class Trips; "I'm such a 
stud"; Myself. 



Kallay L. Dunn 

V. Field Hockey CCaptJ, J.V. 
Softball; "Come on, uh?"; Fall 
Festival B3. Bootleggers — 
SCS, Coffee shake, June 22, 
1SB2 — March 2B, 19B3, Be- 
ing Co-Capt. with Michelle. 






Qina-Lyn C ranee 

MASC President. CDMASC 
Pres. & Trees., S.C. V.P. S 
Treas. , Class V. P. , Yearbook; 
"If you can dream it, You can be 
it"; Swimming down the Pan- 
ama, Best friends, Dan, Eu- 
rope, What a feeling. 



Christopher W. Downer 

Baseball, Soccer, WGEM; "Hey 
Chris, You know what?"; Week- 
ends, Concerts, Summer vaca- 
tions; Loud music, Parties; 
Monday, School. 



Reidun Eitungjerde 

Culture Club, Jazz, Ballet, 
Aerobics; "or something like 
that", "Herregud!"; July 17, 
1 984, Veganeset, October 
83, This year swimming at 1 2 
o'clock A.M., Ice cream & 
Friendly's; History notes. 



Daborah A. Ferron 

Student Leader, Prom Com- 
mittee; Party at Grams, Bryan, 
Camp, Walker's party, Grams, 
Jammin sessions, Florida. 
Hampton, Senior Year, Lau's 
vibrating pillow; Weekends; 
Bryan losing his car. 



Jeffrey W. Perron 

Soccer, Baseball; "Jimmy I did 
another one last night", "Is Em- 
ily here?"; Summer of S<4, 
Danielle's Datsun, Danielle's 
Mustang, Snow in room #6; 
Michelob. 





John Ferron 



Donna M. Fowble 

French club, Concert Choir; 
"Calm down, don't be fresh"; 
Overflowing toilet, Quebec trip, 
French class, Chemistry labs. 
Mountain climbing, Predictions 
CBA, SC, RG, DC), lilacs & walk- 
ing to LR. Hot ticket Tina etc. 



Joaa Galarza 

Basketball (co-capt. ). Baseball; 
Hampton, Jam sessions, 
Camp, Florida; Weekends. 



Nail H. Gandraau 

Footbsll CCo-Cept. 3, National 
Honor Society; "Get out of my 
weightroom! "; Football, 

Weights, Hitting QB's. 



Daniel Qlrard 

Football. 






Patricia Garcia 



Robert R. George 

National Honor Society, Foot- 
ball, Tennis, Basketball; 
S. H.S., Sports. 



Michelle M. Girard 

Cheerleading CCo-capt. ), Stu- 
dent Council. Student leader, 
Govt. Day Rep. ; B3-B4 year 
with Stefan!, My trip to 
Dresser St. with Dara, Michi- 
gan; "You are your own best 
friend!"; Candles, Incense, Pink 
Floyd, G.O.G. 



Pamela A. Qiroux 

Student Leaders, Concert 
Choir, Winter Carnival Skits; 
Prom, 1 2/3/B3. 



Shirley 8. Giroux 

Usherette; McDonald days, 
The Fair, My Friends, New 
York, Kung Fu, Hampton 
Beach, Paper Towels. 





Julio Gomez 



Evelyn Gonzalez 



Jennifer Goek 

St. Council, Nat. H. Society, 
Tennis, Yearbook Steff, Class 
Skits; "An investment in knowl- 
edge peys the best interest"; 
R. K. Rockers, Sonia's Pinto, 
Loch Ness Monster, Woody, 
Edwin, Englend, Celeste, The 
Greeks. 



Moniee G. Hamel 

Track, Band, French Club, 
Yearbook, Copy Editor, Opera- 
tion Friendship, National Honor 
Society; Summer in Holland, 
Quebec Trip, McDonald Days, 
Plums. 



Michelle M. Johneon 

Yearbook Staff; "Parting is 
such sweet sorrow"; W. S., 
Lunch Ledoux?!, 1D/82, Canoe 
"trip", U.S.A. P. & Speed Read- 
ing w/ Beej; Springsteen, L. B., 
P. G., S.F. , B.C., M.J., autumn, 
snow days. 






Jessica A. Gref 

Yearbook Layout Staff S. Co- 
Editor, French Club, Nat. 
Honor Soc. ; "How romantic"; 
MCD meeting, That guy &. being 
chased by car, Chris's car, Yel- 
low Chem. floor Jr. yr. , Bus 
rides to football games Frosh 
yr. , New Year. 



Gregory D. Hebert 

Baseball, Band, Jazz Band; 
"Ah, the Pillsbury Dough Boy"; 
"Pook"; Baseball, Nice cars, 
Driving in the country; Doubtful 
people. 



Michelle A. Jolin 

J.V. S, Varsity Cheering, V. 
President, Student Council, 
Yearbook; "Let's go to the line"; 
Aunt Joans camp, L. C.'s, JR. 
Prom with Jay, Saving the 
whale, Arvelo, Spending time 
with Jay, Jammin weekends, 
Phone calls at S. 



Geyle Kondracki 

Art Club; "What a bummer", 
"No problem"; Swimming down 
the Panama, K.C, A. S. , G.C., 
K.C. , Mr. Larson, Coll. Bio. 
FloridB; Weekends, Senior 
Year; Mondays. 



Anthony J. Kowalewski 

Band [Trees.], Select and Con- 
cert Choir, National Honor So- 
ciety (Vice-President}; 
"Incorrigible"; Uno during Open 
Study; lunch; Marching in freez- 
ing temperatures. 





□avid Labonta 

Football. 



Jeffrey Lacaaaa 

"What's up?", "John used to 
party"; Ale fest. Bigelow, Win- 
ter parties, Thanksgiving Eve, 
Camping trips; Weekends; 
Mondays, Breaking. 



Monique M. Lafleche 

"Yeah right", "What a not"; 
Camp, Grams, The Squier, Yes 
Concert, The Line, Duffy 
Manor; Concerts, Summer; 
Work. 



Carmen L. Lanza 

"No way, are you serious?", "I 
can't see"; Duffy's, The Line, 
Ledoux's party, Andre B. Field, 
Hampton Beach; Weekends, 
Parties, E.B.; School, Sun- 
days. 



Angia La roe 






Laurie A. Lanctot 

"What?"; "Nosuh!"; Being with 
Joey, My 1 7th Brithdey, 3/23/ 
S3, Granny's, Cohasse; Week- 
ends, Andre. 



Michelle Lariviere 

Concessions; "Yeah right", "No 
way"; fun with friends in girls 
room, My undocumented ab- 
sences from school; Snow 
days; Monday mornings. 



William R. Latailla 

Marching, Concert, Dual 

County Bands; "Woops!"; Band 
'B3, The Beach; Parties; Con- 
cessions. 



Barry Latour 

Track; "Now I can die"; When 
John Partied, 11/24/83, 

Hampton, Merry Molson Men; 
Cera, Skiing, ELP; Driving with 
John. 



Michael Lavallae 





Lisa D. Laviguer 

J.V. Softball, Varsity Softball; 
"Don't worry everything will be 
Blright"; My Sophomore sum- 
mer with Tess; Being with my 
friends; J. B. 



Cheryl A. Lebel 

Cal. & P. B. Basketball CCapt. ), 
B.C. Allstar Track, Capt. F. 
Hockey, Math team; Fall fes- 
tival S3, Tree at Cohasse; "I'm 
gonna tell my mommy", "It's 
tough when you're old! " 



Scott L'Ecuyer 



Darcy J. Leduc 

Art Club; "Let's be real!"; Open 
Study, Roller Skating on Friday 
Night with Barbara; Spending 
Money, Days off to spend it; 
Gym. 



Lisa A. Lizotte 

Concert Choir; "I'm thrilled!"; 
October S, 1 9B3; Ken, Riding 
on the bus. 






Michelle C. Ledoux 

Student Council President, 
Yearbook, MASC Delegate; 
Prom 'S3, Times with Lance, 
Hyannis, Kansas, Lunch with 
Johnson; "Margo don't spill 
that . . . on the rug"; FMTM, 
Candy, LFAWJ, Lance; Calcu- 
lus, giving Gina rides. 



Alan Lemoine 



Sonia S. Loos 

Tennis, Math Team; "If I only 
had a gun", "Hey dude"; Jenna in 
her bro's underwear, Exlax, 
Hiding to see R.K.'s, My tutor; 
Jenna, Edwin, Carrie, Davey, 
Chief, Fuquan, Amy, Kelly, 
Manuel, Clam, Adrian. 



Carrie L. Lorkiewicz 

Student Leaders, Softball. 
Yearbook Staff, Marching and 
Concert Band. 



Vivian J. Marrero 

Chorus, Select Chorus, Winter 
Carnival Skits, Field Hockey; 
"What?"; Camp, Spa; Week- 
ends; School. 





Karen A. Matarai 

Student Leadens, Yearbook 
Editor, Freshman Math Team, 
Yearbook Staff; "Are you seri- 
ous?"; The camp, Jam Ses- 
sions; Being with friends; 
Waiting. 



Lisa A. Matte 

Skits, Track, Concessions, 
Prom Committee; "No Sir, I 
don't know"; Camp, Kile, Senior 
Year; Weekdns. 




IMadine M. Mataychuk 

Yearbook Business Staff (Co- 
Editor), Art Club; "I want to get 
out of here.", "Have a good 
onel "; 1984w.B. Fair. Big Ted- 
dybears, Cindy's weekly perties 
et the camp, Yvette, Scott; 
Photography & Art; Fake 
"Friends". 











Daniel A. McDonald 

Track, Freestyle Frisbee Quar- 
ters; "Go for it!", "Let's go!"; 
Summer of B4 with the Brew 
Crew!!!, D.L., S. L. , G. L. , W. L. , 
S.B., J.F. , T. F. , D.M.. D.M., 
D.M.; Rock-n-Roll; Warm Beer. 



Gary Menard 




Kathryn M. Miller 

Winter Carnival Skits and 
Murals, Track; "No way bull; 
Weekends, Todd, May 25, 
1 984, Hampton, Kile's woods, 
McKinstry's van, "Betsy", Par- 
ties, Friends; Weekdays. 






Karen D. Merceri 

Horseback Riding, Dancing; 
December of 'B3, Kerry's 1 6th 
Brithday; Kids, Sam, Friends, 
Dances, Horses, Basketball — 
N. Brookfield, X-Mass; Bills, 
Liars, Junky Cars. 



Nevin D. Montigny 

Football, Track, Bleacher Crea- 
tures; "You drinking tonight?". 
"How did I get home last 
night?"; April 24, 1 984, Tipton 
Rock, Class Trips; Friday night; 
Saturday morning. 



Judith C. Morin 

Marching, Concert, Duel 

County Band; "Oh no!", "Stop 
it!", "Don't pick on me"; Football 
games, Band 'S3, Beach Trips; 
Apple picking, Laughing, Good 
times, Friends. 



Patrick 8. Morrill 

"And now for something com- 
pletely different"; Summer of 
'S3, October 2, 1 9B2, Wa- 
terskiing, Snowskiing, ELP, 
Yes; Breakdancing, Posses- 
sive Girlfriends. 





Todd Oaimo 

Team Molson Skiing, Pan-Mass 
Challenge; "Let's make a packy 
run", "Let's mikee D it"; Junior 
Prom, Heist of the Golden 
Arches, Ale Fest, Thanksgiving 
Eve, Kahula trips; Perfectly 
chilled molson, Ale, Bud. 



Sean D. Oaoweki 

N.Y.C., landolis, Hacky box. 



Margo J. Panico 

Yearbook Business Staff, Art 
Club; Grams, Jammin', Laurie's 
party, The line, T. P. , Lowell, 
Leverage. 



Lori A. Patnaude 

Yearbook — Editor Senior Sec- 
tion, Who's Who Among Ameri- 
can H. S. Students, Student 
Leaders, N.H.S. ; "Smile"; 
Chemistry H. , College Biology; 
Mr. Flannery, Mr. Thomas, My 
Friends. 



Joelle A. Poprovo 

Concert Choir, Select Choir; 
"Whatcha doing?"; First time 
George and I started seeing 
each other, The Prom. 






Dara L. Proulx 

Yearbook, Track, Prom Com- 
mittee; "I can't breathe"; Camp, 
Jam Sessions, Grams, 

Blackey; Parties; Orangatang. 



Patricia M. Ramirez 

Nat'l Honor Soc [Trees. ), Con- 
cert Band CSec.J, Marching 
Band [Drum Major), J.V. Soft- 
ball, Uno Club, Dual County; 
"No way!"; Playing Poker in 
band office, Uno in Open Study. 



Monique L. Parent 

Winter Carnival SkitB; "Money 
doesn't mean a thing"; Bob, 
Good times with my friends Cold 
S. new), Deb's House; Parties, 
Halloween; Liars, Snobs. 



Kimberly A. Philbrook 

Concert Choir, Winter Carnival 
Murals; "Hey life goes on"; Jam 
sessions, Being with Jeff, 
Camp; Weekends, Jeff, Parties 
at Jeff's; Fake people, Liars. 



Cara A. Poulin 

Class Secretary, Tennis, Year- 
book, Track, Winter Carnival, 
N.H.S.; Friends, Barry, Hamp- 
ton, Kile's Woods, Weekends, 
Camp, Grams, 1 1 /24/B3, 
Prom, Ledoux's sleepovers, Jr. 
yr\ C. P. R. ; Barry, Parties. 





Rosa Ramoi 



John J. Rapo 

President of Class, Golf Team 
(Captain), Student Council; 
New York City, Period 2 Chem- 
istry, December 24, 19B3with 
Gerry. 



Joy M. Ranaud 

Concert Choir; "You're so 
cute"; Time spent with my 
brother Scott, Working at 
Roms; Danny Bugejski; School 
Food. 



Branda Rojaa 





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Todd R. Robida 

Band, Band Pres. , Fresh, and 
Var. Math Teams, Nat. Honor 
Soc, Mass. Boy's State, 
Who's Who; "Not too shabby"; 
District Champs in Track Soph. 
Year. 



Michelle O. Rous 



French Club, Nat. Honor So- 
ciety; "You're b loser", "What a 
terror"; Movies, Reagan's Fa- 
ther laughing in French Class, 
Labs, Date with apple pie, Pre- 
dictions CR.GJ, Christmas 
party CHot stuff J, Carded pub. 



Raff erty H. Rupert 

2nd Trombone — First seat — 
Jazz Band, Bleacher Crea- 
tures; "What's up brother"; 
Miss Tremblay'B Mutant 
Squad, Middleboro Exchange 
; Concert. 





Christine □. Ryczek 

"I wanna go home"; Cutting 
class Jr. Year, The girls room. 



Yumi Sekai 

Bass Guitar, Basketball, Cul- 
ture Club; "I don't know"; Au- 
gust 2B-2S, 1 984; Judas 
Priest, Going to the movies, 
Garfield; Green Peppers, Spi- 
ders. 



Michelle J. L. Russell 

Flag teem, Prom Committee, 
Soccer Manager, Track, Art 
Club, S.F.A. ; "There's number 
"79!", "I'm not gullible"; My 1 Bth 
Brithday party, Bob; Mr. 
Yacavace's Classes. 





Christine 8. St. Laurent 

Chorus; "Be Yourself"; Re- 
member the times in Computer 
Cless with G.P. ; Rollerskating, 
Ice-skating, Skiing; School 
Food. 



Suzanne Spleine 



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Y.M.C.A. Swim Team, Multi- 
Cultural Club; The American 
School; The School Food, The 
School Spirit; Homework, The 
weekends. 



Amy B. Szczygiel 

YrBk Co-Editor, Student Coun- 
cil, Sec. Nat. Hon. Soc. , Opera- 
tion friendship, Who's Who; "Hi 
guys, What's up?"; Mike, Swim- 
ming the Panama, Prom, Dum- 
pies, England, Ireland, Swedes, 
11/21/83. 8/24/8.4, Summer 
'B3, Best Friends. 



Tracy C. Thompson 

Concessions, Prom Commit- 
tee, Skits; "Don't worry about 
it"; Vermont, M.V. , Hot fudge 
sundaes; cold ears. 






Michelle C. Sweet 

Concert S» Select Choir, Fr. 
Club, Yearbook Staff; "I feel 
queasy"; Quease Boy — Scott 
Cotton, Fall Festival, Trip to 
Quebec, Donna S Cat, Mitch 
spitting milk, Hacksaw guy w/ 
crutches, Rom's; pants down in 
Canada! 



Tammy L. Tervo 

Bands: Concert, Marching, 
Jazz, Dual County; "Say 
What?!?", "I can deal with it"; 
Totally oblivious to everything, 
Uno games, Leave fight after 
band, Bus rides home from 
football games; Friends, Par- 
ties, Going out. 



Kerry S. Thurlow 

Basketball, Track, Yearbook, 
Sports Staff, Marching Band; 
"Have fun"; Sept. 13, 1 983. 



Jamas J. Tremblay 

You're a good man Charlie 
Brown — Play; "Give me a 
break"; Killer from Misquami- 
cut; B.F. SJ.C. 



Athaa Taongalia 

Co-Capt. V. Soccer, Co-Capt. 
J.V. Basketball, V. Baseball, 
Class Treasurer, Concessions, 
Prom Committee; "I'm not in 
trouble, you are!"; Soph. Bio 
test, Europe '83, Basketball 
Championship 1 983; Red D. 





Jeffrey J. Tully 

Hockey, Bleacher Creatures, 
Camping; "Sometimes you just 
got to say, what the . . . "; 
Hampton, Jam sessions, 
Camp, Senior trip, Class par- 
ties; Jamming. 



Lynn A. Tully 

Concert Choir; "No way, 
really?", "Let's party", "It's time 
to spread our wings and fly"; 
The Castle in Worcester, 
Metro, Sue. 




Michael G. Vallee 

Baseball, Tennis; Extra Mart, 
Concert. 




Gail M. Turner 

J.V. Cheering CCaptain), Var- 
sity Cheering, Tennis, Year- 
book Staff; "Hey, bum"; The 
Camp; Weekends. 



Wendy L. Vandal 

Art Club, Winter Carnival Skits; 
"You're retarded"; "No sa, 
really?"; 4/13/84, Prom, 

Beach, New Hampshire, Sum- 
mer of S4; Soaps & Clothes; 
Curfews. 




Thomas Vangi 

Football. 



Robert: L. Wirtanen 

Varsity Track, J.V. Basketball; 
"I don't know you Pat", "What a 
jerk"; Prom, 4/1 3/84, Beach, 
Ale Fest B4, The racing Vega, 
New Hampshire; Used cars, 
Curfews, Monday, Small pay- 
checks, Framingham on Sun- 
day. 





Class Off icsrs and Advisors 

L to R: Vice-President Michelle John, Treasurer 
William Lataille, Advisors Mrs. Jean McGann and 
Mr. John Hoogasian, President John Rapo and 
Secretary Care Poulin. 



National Honor Society 

Front: Stephanie Chriskos, Amy Szczygiel, and Pa- 
tricia Ramirez. Back: Shawn Cormier, Shirley Gi- 
roux, Christie Cotton, Neil Gendreau, Jessica 
Graf, Robert George, Jennifer Gosk and Todd Ro- 
bide. 



Student Council 

Front: Michelle Girard. Back: Michelle Jolin, Jenni- 
fer Gosk, Amy Szczygiel, Gina Crance, Stephanie 
Chrisikos, Laurie Cote and Michelle Ledoux. 




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FRIENDLIEST 
Kim Carmel & Jim Alicea 



MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 
Class of 1 985 



MOST ARGUMENTATIVE 
Jeff Cantara Si Jessica Graf 




CLASS FLIRTS 
Jeff Tully S. Michelle Jolin 



BIGGEST THREAT TO PEDESTRIANS 
John Rapo & Sonja Loos 



CLASS INTELLECTUALS 
Tony Kowalewski S. Christie Cotton 



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CLASS ARTISTS 
Nadine Mateychuk S. Chris Carragher 



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Rafferty Rupert & Shirley Giroux 



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Eric Beauregard & Dara Proulx 



NICEST EYES 
Gerardo Alicea Si Michelle Caplette 





DID MOST FOR THE CLASS 
Bill Lataille & Mrs. Jean McGann 




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MOST LOQUACIOUS [TALKATIVE] 
Stephanie Chrisikos & Danny Girand 




BEST DRESSED 
Evelyn Gonzalez Si Jose Galarza 



CLASS CON ARTISTS 
Karen Materas & Bill Checkosky 





MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Christie Cotton Si Shawn Cormier 



MOST PESSIMISTIC 
Athas Tsongalis S. Kim Carmel 



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NICEST SMILE 
Bill Checkosky & Michelle Caplette 



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Nevin Montigny Si Kim Carmel 




CLASS PESTS 
Stephanie Chrisikos & Derek Corriveau 



BEST LOOKING 

Margo Panico & Gerardo Alicea 




CLASS MUSICIANS 
Greg Hebent S. Judy Monin 



CLASS ATHLETES 
Reed George & Cheryl Lebel 



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On Wednesday, December 
1 2, 1 984, thirty Juniors and 
Seniors were inducted into the 
Southbridge High School 
Chapter of the National Honor 
Society. The ceremony, 
conducted twice a year for 
scholastically eligible and 
high-ranking students, was a 
great honor for the new 
members. In charge of the 
induction were the following 
Honor Society officers: 
President Stephanie Chrisikos, 
Vice-President Anthony 
Kowalewski, Secretary Amy 
Szczygiel and Treasurer 
Patricia Ramirez. 



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HEAVEN . . . 

The Class of 1 9B5, under the 
direction of Advisors Mrs. Jean 
McGann and Mr. John Hoogasian, 
presented "Heaven", the 1 984 
Junior-Senior Prom. On May 25, 
1 98-4, a crowd of over two hundred 
and fifty danced to the sounds of 
"Fine Wine". The incomparable 
surroundings of the Worcester 
Marriot Inn provided an elysian 
evening which was climaxed by the 
traditional crowning of the Queen 
and her Court. "Heaven's" Queen 
was Lisa Cantara while Court 
members were Claudette 
Frechette, Heidi Biadasz, Karin 
Checka and Wendy Warren. 
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band. Freedom Jam, from 
St. Petersburg, Florida, 

appeared at Southbridge High 

School on March 5, 1 9B4 for a 

student assembly. The band 

stressed the importance of 

"freedom" in America, and, with 

comedy, traced the changes in 

music from the past to the present. 

Making another appearance for a 

night performance on March S, the 

group again graced the SHS 

Gymnasium with their terrific rock 

music. Fans in the stands rocked to 

popular hits by groups such as Van 

Halen, Quiet Riot and the Police. 

The outstanding concert was 

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ROCK 

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On April 9, 1 984, the Air Force Band 

called Airwaves filled the SHS gymnasium 

with their terrific sounds! The group, from 

the New Hampshire area, provided us with 

an hour-long concert of many of our 

favorite hit songs. Many thanks to our 

guidance counselor Mr. Boudreau and the 

local recruiter for coordinating the 

enjoyable time had by all. 



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STUDENT 
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BLOOD 
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The SHS Student Council, 
under the direction of Mr. 
Jeffrey Larson, sponsored 
its annual blood drive in our 
gymnasium. As in previous 
years, both faculty members 
and students contributed 
generously to help make the 
drive a very successful and 
heartwarming event. 



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SPRING CONCERT 



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The annual Spring Concert was held on 
Wednesday, May 23rd. Southbridge 
High's auditorium blossomed with applause 
Is our Concert Band and Concert Choir 

I raced all present to an outstanding music- 

I I evening. Other standouts were the jazz 
land and the Select Choir. 

Congratulations are extended to Mr. 
ibera and Mr. Condon, co-directors of the 
| vening, and to all who participated in this 
raditional reception of spring. 




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Good Grief! The Peanuts Clan 

came to Southbridge High School 

on May 4 and 5, 1 984 in the 

production of "You're A Good 

Man Charlie Brown", The musical 

was put on by the Chorus 

Department under the direction 

of Mr. Condon. The eleven 

member cast rehearsed daily, and 

when it was showtime, their work 

really paid off! 

Cast members included Robert 

Chernisky as Charlie Brown, 

Claudette Frechette as Lucy, 

Daniel Carragher as Snoopy, 

Bruce Earnest as Linus, Tony 

Kowalewski as Schroeder and 

Melissa LeBlanc as Patty. 

The -proceeds went to the 

Principal's Scholarship Fund. 



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Laura Carmel Susan Lazo 

Kolby Forrester 

Edwin Gomez 

Diane Lavallee 

Christina Young 

Michelle 

Frechette 
Michelle 

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Anne St. Pierre 
Melissa D. 

Cournoyer 
Dena Gervasi 

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Sheri Dupuis 
Stephanie 

Polesnak 

TOWN MANAGER 

Amy Boyer 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Celestino Colon Shelley 

Maria Nedzweckas 

DiBonaventura Kristi Panico 

Deborah Forand CChr J 

Kerry Lafrenais Karen Pelc 

SUPERINTENDENT OF 
SCHOOLS 

Kathleen Lavallee 

SCHOOL BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATOR 

Eric Brousseau 



TOWN CLERK: Sherry Szydlik 
FIRE CHIEF: Celeste Bellerose 
POLICE CHIEF: Michelle Pytko 
D.P.W. HEAD: Maura Powers 
LIBRARIAN: Melissa Clemence 
ASST. LIBRARIAN: Yvette 

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OPERATOR-W.T.P.: John 

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BOARD OF REGISTRARS: 

Pamela Gaulin 




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On May 4, 1984, SHS 
Sophomores took part in the 
Social Studies 
Department-sponsored 
"Student Government Day." 
The purpose was to give 
Sophomores taking the State 
and Local Government course 
the opportunity to experience 
the reality of seeking local 
public office and performing as 
local government officials. 

Student Government Day 
began with an assembly hosted 
by our Principal Mr. Desroches 
who introduced the following 
government officials: State 
Representative Marilyn 
Travinski, Town Manager 
Donald Jacobs, Town Council 
Chairman Dan Morrill, 
Superintendent of Schools Dr. 
Kenneth L. Johnson, and 
School Committee member 
Nancy Benoit. The five briefly 
elaborated on their roles as 
public servants. 

Eventually, our Sophomores 
shadowed their counterparts 
at work as student councillors 
attended a Town Council 
meeting, student school 
committee members attended 
a School Committee meeting, 
while many individual students 
spent time working with their 
counterparts. 

The program was a great 
success due to the efforts of 
Social Studies Department 
member Mrs. Mary Ferron and 
Department Chairman Mr. 
Dennis Desroches. 





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STUDENT COUNCIL DINNER 




On November 1 , 1 9B4, 
the Student Council 
honored their two advisors 
— the former advisor, Mr. 
Larson, and the present, 
Mr. Theodoss. 

The dinner welcomed 
parents of Council 
members, administrators, 
faculty and Student 
Councillors themselves 
who put a great deal of 
planning and preparation 
Into the evening. 

Speeches were given by 
both Council President and 
Vice President Michelle 
Ledoux and Gina Crance. 

An enjoyable time was 
had by all! 






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On June 1 3, 1 984, Southbridge High 
School's annual "Spring Day" took place at 
Dresser Street Field. As always, there were 
many activities throughout the day, two of the 
more popular with all present were the break 
dance contest and the big finale, the tug of 
war. The highlight of Spring Day had to be the 
delicious Ice Cream Races! 

Under the direction of Mr. Larson and his 
Student Council, Spring Day '34 turned out to 
be an enormous success. 



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Southbridge High's halls came alive with Halloween spirit on 
Wednesday, October 31st, thanks to our Student Council- 
sponsored annual Halloween Dress-Up Day. Many joined in and 
sported a variety of ghoulish, humorous and cleverly assembled 
costumes. 

The first place award for "Best Costume" wisely went to Tony 
Kowalewski as Confucius. Michelle Pytko unbe-"leave"-ably captured 
second place dressed as a tree. Third place went to Kathy Lavallee, 
Sherry Szydlik, Sue Lazo, Dena Gervasi, Kristi Panico, Kerry Lafre- 
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ADMINISTRATION 




Above: Principal Mr. Edward Desroches, Principal's Secretary Mrs. 
Jeanne Turner, Assistant Principal Mr. Joseph Bialy and Assistant 
Principal's Secretary Mrs. Mary Clarke. 



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Thie Page: Mr Walter Gosk, Mr. Peter 

Hapgood, Social Studies Department 

Chairman Mr. Dennis Desroches, Mrs. Jean 

McGann, Mr. Roland Varm, Mr. John Libera 

and Miss Bonnie Narcissi of the Music 

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This Page: Mr. N. Richard Leduc, Miss 
Sylvia Tashjian, Mrs. Janet Tylick [Home Ec). 
Mrs. Mary Cashmon. Math Department 
Chairman Mrs. Jackie Russell, Mr. Thomas 
Severance and Mr. Antrsnig Papelian. 






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This Page: Mr. William Welch, Mrs. Betty 

LeClair, Mr. Jeffrey Theodoss CPhys Ed), 

Mrs. Kathy Lamanne (School Nurse), Mr. 

Francis Flanagan, Mrs. Lorraine Gately CPhys 

Ed), Business Department Chairman Mrs. 

Celesta Sullivan and Mr. Donald Marino 

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SCHOOL NURSE=I 



This Page: English Department Chairman 
Mr David Yacavace, Miss Sylvia Lenti, Miss 
Sally Byrne, Miss Nancy Swiacki, Mr. Dennis 
McManis, Miss Carmen Loconto, Mrs. Terry 
Tersa and Mrs. Janet Poirier. 




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Opposite Page: Director of Media Services 
Mr. John Panllo. Mrs. Vivian DiGregorio 
(766 Aide], Mrs. Anna O'Leary (Bilingual), 
Mr. George LorKiewicz (Industrial Arts). Mr. 
John Soldani (Graphic Arts). Mrs. Jean 
Gnebb (Librarian), Mr. Brooke Mitchell (Art.) 
and Mrs. Ursula Davey (Chapter 1 ). 
This Page: Mrs. Mildred Broughton (766), 
Foreign Languages Department Chairman 
Mr. Patrick Loconto, Mrs. Maureen 
Grandmont (766), Mrs. Denise Staffien (For. 
Lang.), Mr. Bernard Dube (For. Lang.), Miss 
Claire Dumas (For. Lang.) and Miss Linda 
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Opposite Page: Miss Eleanor 
Tremblay, Mr. John Flannery, 
Science Department 
Chairman Mr. Albert Thomas, 
Mr. John Hoogasian, Mr. 
Elzear Cormier (Custodian), 
Mr. David Byron and Mr. 
Joseph Emery (Dresser St. 
Field Caretaker). 
This Page: Cafeteria Workers 
1 st Row: Cafeteria 
Supervisor Mrs. Nancy 
Normandin, Mrs. Barbara 
Pentland, Mrs. Rosalie 
Caprena and Mrs. Joan 
Gauthier. 2nd Row: Mrs. 
Victoria Rewmski, Mrs. Althea 
Clemence, Mrs. Janet 
Guertin, Mrs. Connie 
Normandin, Mrs. Ann Metras 
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Juniors on this Page: Eva 

Alicea, Cheryl Anns, Diana 

Arpin, Scott Ashton, Joe 

Auger, Robert Bacon, 

Gary Beaulieu, Celeste 

Bellerose. William 

Bessette, Keith Bishop, 

Chris Boisvert, Melissa 

Boiteau, Gary Boulanger, 

Hib Bounphasaysonh, Amy 

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Juniors on this Pags: Sue 

Brodeun, Eric Brousseau, 
Steve Brousseau, Michelle 
Brown, Debra Burke, 
Daniel Caouette, Laura 
Carmel, Kevin Checka, 
Melissa Clemence, Pamela 
Clemence, Kimberly 
Cooper, John Cortez, 
Scott Cotton and Brian 
Cournoyer. 



Junior Class Officers: Secretary 
Maura Powers, Treasurer Kristi 
Panlco. President Sherry Szydlik 
and Vice President Stephanie 
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DiCarlo, Gregory Dion, 
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Sue Fafard, Deborah 
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Michelle Giguerne, Edwin 
Gomez, Kelly Gravel, John 
Guandiani, Keith Guyette, 
Klmberly Heath, Bonnie 
Holmes, Gary Jacques, 
Karmyn Jorgenson, James 
Julian, Laurie Knowles, 
Dana Kroll and Natalie 
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Juniors on this Page: Troy LaCente, 
Christopher Lach, Julie Lachapelle, 
Kerry Lafrenais, Peter Laliberte. 
Merrill Lamothe, Wayne Lamoureux, 
Cathy Lavallee, Dawn Lavallee, Diane 
Lavallee, Kathy Lavallee, Michelle 
Lavallee, Michael Laverdiere, Susan 
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Juniors on this Page: Lee Ann 

Lepoer. Knstoffer Lindkvist, Thomas 
Lizotte. Rosemary Madura, Keith 
Mahan, James Maiewski, Lisa Maldo- 
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Mary McDonald, Shelley Nedzweck- 
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Wetherell, Daniel Wildgrube, Tracey Woodson, Stephen Wright, Tina 

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THE CLASS 
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Sophomores on this Page: Stephen Allard, 
Michael Ansenault, Hector Arvelo, Michael 
Auger, Lisa Ayotte, Timothy Bachand. Tye 
Baker, Tina Beaudry, Julie Bennett, Michael 
Benoit, Tara Benoit, Robin Boucher, Michelle 
Byron, Donna Cadarette, Laura Cadarette 
and John Calcagni. 



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Sophomore Class Officers: 

President Eudoxia Tsongalis, 

Treasurer Christopher Proulx and 

Secretary Karen Farrand. 



Sophomores on this Page: Jason Cantara, 
Daniel Camaghen, Darcy Chamberland, Jamie 
Chamberland, Jennifer Champagne, Gregory 
Champeau, Mary Chaplin, Lisa Clapp, Kelly 
Clank, Michelle Cloutier, Sherrie Cotton, Kraig 
Counnoyer, Paula Couture, James Dashnaw, 
Sean Davey and Nilza Delgado. 




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Sophomores on this Page: 

Kimberly Desoncy, Marilena Di- 
Gregono, Kelly Diulio, Kristin Dun- 
lop, Glen Dunn, Cindy Duquette, 
Bruce Earnest, Susan Eisner, 
Karen Farrand, Lisa Fernon, 
Michelle Gaulin, Keith Gauthier, 
Agnes Glnes, Carlos Gonzalez and Li 
Brian Gnswold. 



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ophomores on this Page: Jenny 
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Michelle Julian, Troy Kahikina, Kel- 
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Sophomores on this Page: Darryl 
Lafleche, Kristen Lanza, Marcia 
Lavallee, Kim Leboeuf, Michael 
Ledonne, David Lenti, Thomas Lisi, 
Susan Lyon, Nancy Madura, 
Joseph Maisano, John Marino, 
Patricia McDermott, Ann Mekal, 
Lon Menard, Nancy Miranda and 
Matthew Moriarty. 



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Sophomores on this Page: 

James Monin, Julie Morrill, 
Jaclyn Mornsette, Lori 
Nedzweckas, Tracy Normandin, 
Renee Parent, Dina Partlow, 
Michael Patnaude, Dina 
Pettinella, Troy Poirier, 
Christopher Proulx, Robert 
Proulx, Kerry Provost, Eric 
Pulsifer, Melissa Rapo and 
Michelle Ratta. 



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Sophomores on this Page: Melissa 
Reilly, John Renaud, Erik Ricci, 
Marilyn Richard, Sidney Rivas, David 
Robida, Joseph Robidoux, Jennifer 
Rowell, Knsten Ryan, Michael St. 
Pierre, Heathen Salce, Gale 
Sauvageau and David Serrano. 



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Sophomores on this Page: Paula 

Sidebottom, Glenn Skarani, 

Kimberly Smith, Valerie Snyder, 

Joseph Sottile, Michelle Stella, 

Craig Tata, Eudoxia Tsongalis, 

Patrick Tucker, Eric Tully, Thomas 

Twining, Tracy Vecchia and John 

Wonderlie. 



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Freshman Class Advisors Miss Sylvia 
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Freshmen on this Page: Coney Alarie, Marianne 
Alicea, Mary Alicea, Roman Alicea, Adrian 
Alvarado, Bruce Anger, John Arns, Rebecca 
Ashton, Gerald Aucoin, Christopher Auger, 
Susan Augusto, Holly Babbit, Patricia Bacon, 
Jennifer Beauregard, Cindy Belanger, Steven 
Bellerose, Todd Berry and Craig Berthiaume. 



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Freshman on thia Page: Gail Bishop, Michael 
Bishop, Stacey Bishop, Wendy Blais. Melissa 
Blake, Peter Boilard, Craig Boisvert, Matthew 
Bonin, Kent Boucher, Lynne Boucher, Pene- 
lope Boyer, Sarah Boyer, Gail Brodeur, Tracy 
Brousseau, Robert Bruneau, Alton Brown, 
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Freshman on this Page: Christopher 
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Ronald Chernisky, Robin Chisholm, 
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Joann Colon, Edward Cortez, Darby 
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Lauren Kosmski, 
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Mercier, Susan 

Oliver, Anthony 

Osimo, David Paul, 

Gary Peck, Wayne 

Pernn, Kelly Plante, 

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PIONEER 



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"SILVER ANNIVERSARY" 
COACH DON MARINO'S 



TWENTY 


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PIONEER FOOTBALLERS FINISH 
OUTSTANDING SEASON AT ~7 AND 3 . . . 




Head Coach Don Marino's "Silver Anniversary" yean began on 
a positive note as his team defeated Northbridge, its first 
opponent, 1 3-7. The win proved costly, however, as injuries 
depleted the Pioneers in losses the following two weeks to 
Shepherd Hill C1 5-1 93 and Algonquin CO-281 The two losses 
were followed by two victories over Clinton C29-1 23 and Auburn 
C1 4-1 3]. The following week, the team outplayed Division I 
Westbono but came out on the short end of a 1 4-23 scone. 
Though they lost to Westbono, the game pnoved to be the 
tunning point of the season. Fnee of key injunies fon the 
nemainden of the season, oun footballens neeled off foun 
consecutive wins against Palmen (1 B-S3, Tantasqua C29-63, 
Shnewsbuny [27-73 and Bantlett C22-63. 




W.T. & G. ALL-STAR 

Jeff Cantara 

B.C. ALL-STARS 



Offense 

I I, i .,. ■ I : il ,r n,!,, . 

Dan Girard 
Jeff Cantara 



Defense 

Kerry Dion 

Gerardo Ahcea 

Tom Vangel 



11st Row: Randy Brackett, Gerardo Alicea. Kerry Dion, Alan Arns, Co-Captains Dan Girard and Neil 
Gendreau, Dave Labonte, Jim Bachand, Reid George and Jeff Cantara. 2nd Row: Gary Boulanger, Tim 
Baker. Chris Boisvert, Chris Pomer, Tim Bachand, Mike Cournoyer, Vmce Marino. Bob LaBarge, Jamie 
iChamberland and Marty Anderson. 3rd Row: Harry Theodoss, George Konstantakis, Tony Roscioh. 
jJohn Bradley, Steve Trombley, Ed Galonek, Lance Green, Glenn Skarani, Mike Thibodeau and Head 
Coach Don Marino. 4th Row: Assistant Coaches Greg Leach and Don Ferron, Field Caretaker Joe 
Emery and managers John Dupre and David George. 



In the Tantasqua win, Tom 
Vangel received the Ted Fanland 
"Most Valuable Player" Award 
for his great efforts. In the last 
home game of the year, the 
victory against Shrewsbury, 
Reed George was selected as 
the winner of the Arthur 
Girouard Memorial 
Sportsmanship Award. 

The sweetest victory of the 
season came on Thanksgiving 
Day as the team ended a four 
year losing streak by defeating 
the Bartlett Indians. For his 
outstanding game, which 
included three touchdowns and a 
two point conversion, Dave 
Labonte was the unanimous 
selection as the Sabatinelli Most 
Valuable Player. 

Congratulations to Coach Don 
Marino, his staff, and to 
Co-Captains Neil Gendreau and 
Dan Girard for their leadership 
efforts which resulted in an 
outstanding ~7 and 3 season. 




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If end results are any indication, this past 
year's Thanksgiving Rally was the most 
successful in the last five years. Organized 
by the cheerleaders under their advisor, 
Ms. Linda Langevin Jowett, the enthusiasm 
throughout was at a fever pitch. Aside 
from the ever-present cheerleaders, the 
SHS Band under Mr. Libera, majorettes, 
student body and faculty all took part in the 
excitement. As mentioned earlier, the end 
result was a rewarding 22 - 6 victory by 
the footballers on Thanksgiving Day. 



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Front: Marsha Poldervaart, Lisa Maynard, Dawn Lavallee, Kara Canney, Co-Captains Kelly Dunn and Michelle Caplette, 

Cheryl LeBel, Tina Young, Laura Carmel, Michelle Savoie and Kerry Provost. Back: Coach Jill Normandin, Maura Powers, 

Sherl Gaulin, Linda Lambert, Laurie Knowles, Stephanie Polesnak, Michelle Pytko, Michelle Poldervaart, Linda Kantorski, 

Darlene Lamprey, Colleen Davey, Pam Clemence, Melissa Rapo and Sandra Cruz. 




A Borden Conference Championship! That dream at the 

beginning of the season became a reality by season's end. 

After losing three out of their first four, Coach Jill Leach's 

stickers reeled off seven consecutive wins to close out 

their regular season with an outstanding B and 3 record. 

It proved to be the best in the school's history, gave them 

the league co-Championship with Shepherd Hill, and 

qualified them for the District Playoffs. 

For their fine play during the season, team members 

Darlene Lamprey, Michelle Pytko, Tina Young and 

co-captain Michelle Caplette were chosen on the Border 

Conference All-Star Team while the Pioneerettes other 

co-captain, Kelly Dunn, was selected to the Conference 

Honor Team. 

In the Districts, the girls mowed down their first three 

opponents by defeating Leicester 2 - O, upsetting 

top-seeded and undefeated Blackstone-Millville 3 - 2, and 

then topping Murdock 1 - O. Hopes for a District 

Championship finally came to an end, however, in the 

District Championship game as they lost to Oakmont by 

the score 2 - 1 . Nevertheless, they still wound up with an 

outstanding overall record of eleven wins and four losses. 



W.T. S G. ALL-STAR 

Darlene Lamprey 



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Front: Brian Cournoyer, Dana Knoll, Co-Captains Athas Tsongalis and Jim Alicea, Sengmany Bounpha- 
saysonh, Vic Bounphasaysonh and Andrew Clark. Back: Coach Walter Gosk, Davone Ketnouvong, 
Donald LeBlanc, Scott Palmerino, Steve Alland, Todd Berry, Ron Polesnak, Jason Cantara, Todd Oslmo, 
Craig Berthiaume and Assistant Coach Pablo Hernandez. 



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Though the 1 984 Soccer Team's overall record of 3 - 

8 - 5 was not that impressive, there were several 

pluses for the season. The most impressive was the 

selection of Fullback Vic Bounphasaysonh and Forward 

Sengmany Bounphasaysonh to the Border Conference 

All-Ster Squad. Both were richly deserving as they 

provided the team with offensive firepower in most of 

our games. 

Another plus was the steady play of goalie Jim Alicea 

and the leadership of Athas Tsongalis, the team's 

co-captains. During a six game stretch at mid-season, 

the team won one, lost one and tied four, several of 

the ties being against teams they had lost to earlier in 

the season such as Quaboag. Coach Gosk's team 

finished on a positive note for the future by defeating 

David Prouty of Spencer 2 - 1 . 




Below Left: Head Coach Walter 
Gosk, Co-Captains Athas Tsongalis 
and Jim Alicea and Assistant Coach 
Pablo Hernandez. 




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Early season victories oven North 

and St Mary's High Schools of 

Worcester and Borden Conference 

nival Shephend Hill gave hopes fon a 

successful season. It wasn't to be, 

however, as ennatic shooting and 

inconsistent play from the team's 

Senions doomed the Pioneens to 

also-nan status. On the positive 

side, thene was the continued 

improvement of Junions Scott 

Ashton and Don Leblanc. Also 

gaining valuable expenience fon the 

futune wene Junion Knis Lindkvist and 

Freshmen Chnis Gosk and Kevin 

Checkosky. 

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Front: Aaron Theodoss, Craig Boisvert, Co-Captains Kevin Checkosky and Christ- 
opher Caplette, Tye Baker and Eric Earls. Back: Coach Peter Hughes, Manager 
Michael ThiPeault, Gary Peck, Harry Theodoss, Jason Litchfield, Todd Berry, Shawn 
Martin, Christopher Gosk, Jason Cantara and Mike Desrosier. 





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Coach Peter Hughes and Co-Captains 
Kevin Checkosky and Christopher Ca- 
plette. 



The Pioneer Junior Varsity team, 
under Coach Peter Hughes, and the 
frequently outstanding play of 
scoring leader Chris Gosk and 
Co-Captains Kevin Checkosky and 
Chris Caplette, wound up with a 
winning season to boost hopes for 
future Varsity team success. 



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Coach Jeff Theodoss' 1 9B4-85 

squad compiled one of the finest 

even girls basketball seasons in SHS 

history. Overall, their record was a 

sparkling 1 6 and 2, the two losses 

by a mere four points. Even more 

spectacular was their 1 1 and 1 

Conference record and 

Championship! The team was led, 

both offensively and defensively, by 

the trio of Captain Cheryl LeBel, 

Michelle Pytko and Darlene 

Lamprey. Other important cogs in 

the Pioneerette machinery were 

Kara Canney, Mellisa Rapo and 

super sub Tina Young. 



Conference Champs! ! ! 




Front: Darlene Lamprey, Stephanie Polesnak, Laurie Knowles. Captain Cheryl LeBel, Tina Young. Michelle 
Caplette and Melissa Rapo. Back: Julie Morrill, Patty Buccelli, Michelle Pytko, Kerry Thurlow, Kara Canney, 
Lisa Ayotte and Coach Jeff Theodoss. 



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And Districts Too!!! 




For their outstanding season, the 
Pioneerette Varsity was selected to 
play in the District Playoffs. This 
yearbook's last deadline occured 
just before those playoffs. 

Varsity success went hand in 
hand with Junior Varsity winning as 
J.V. Coach Peter Hapgood's team 
turned in an undefeated 1 6 and O 
year! The team won the conference 
title with a flawless 1 2 win and no 
oss record and over a two year 
period they won 29 consecutive 
games! 




Captain Julie Morrill and Coach Peter Hapgood. 



Front: Sandra Cruz, Laurie Knowles, Captain Julie Morrill, Kerry Provost and Linda Kantorski. Back: 
vlarsha Poldervaart, Linda Lambert, Stephanie Polesnak, Maura Powers, Patty Buccelli and Coach Peter 
Hapgood. 




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BASEBALL 




L to R: Co-Captain Brian Galonek, Coach Anthony Santilli and Co-Captain Jeff 

Grandone. 



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Front: Jim Hebert, Steve Caplette, Mike Brousseau, Dave Allard, Co-Captain Brian Galonek, Keith Howe and Co-Captair 
Jeff Grandone. Back: Coach Anthony Santilli, Dave LaBonte. Scott Palmenno. Dana Kroll, Greg Herbert, Jason Peck, Jeff 
Ferron and Efrain Rolon. 





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J.V. BASEBALL TEAM Front: Daryl Lafleche, John Sel- 
lers, Co-Captains Chris Boisvert and Sean Lemire, Jim 
Santilli and Scott Mageau. Back: Coach William Welch, 
Joe Maisano, Mike LeDonne, Abraham Arvelo, Keith 
Guyette and Gary Jacques. 




Assessing his team's potential before the 
start of the season, Coach Santilli hoped that 
his final yean as head coach of our Pioneer 
baseballers would be a successful one. 
Unfortunately, it wasn't to be. Inexperience 
and a lack of overall consistency, both 
offensively and defensively, doomed his team 
to a mediocre season record. Regardless, the 
SHS family congratulates and thanks Coach 
Santilli on his many years and contributions to 
Pioneer athletics. 



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LISA AYDTTE PICKED (^ 
ON B.C. ALL-STARS 




Front: Tn-Captams Cheryl Kahikma, Michelle Poiner and Michelle LeBoeuf and Patricia Howlett. Back: Coach N. Richard Leduc, Natalie 

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L to R: Captain Cheryl Kahikma. Coach N. Richard Leduc, and Captains Michelle 
Poiner and Michelle LeBoeuf. 




Though the 1 9B4 softbal 
season was less than successful, 
Pioneerette Coach Dick Leduc's 
squad did something most other 
Bonder Conference could not; 
they defeated the Bartlett Indians 
[13-1 1 ] who eventually won the 
Conference Championship. 

The team, led by Senior 
co-captains Michelle LeBoeuf and 
Michelle Poinier, had one other 
highlight. At the conclusion of the 
season, Lisa Ayotte was selected 
to the Borden Conference 
All-Stan Team. 

It was basically a rebuilding 
season which was echoed by 
Coach Leduc's quote at the end 
of the season, "We are quite 
optimistic about next season!" 



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J.V. SOFTBALL 




Finnish exchange student Minna 
Vinolainen had never played 
American softball prior to the 'BA 
season. Watching her rapid 
progress game after game was a 
highlight of Coach Tom Kruczek's 
J.V. season. Her development, 
however, and the frequently 
enthusiastic efforts of Patty 
Ramirez, Kerry Provost and Nilza 
Delgado were not enough to 
guarantee either a winning 
season or, for that matter, any 
victories. Nevertheless, the 
team's desire and enthusiasm 
were high for the entire season. 



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Kane, Kathy Rodriguez, Nilza Delgado and Linda Paul. 



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BEST EVER . . 




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Row: Tina Young. Michelle Pytko, Celeste Bellerose, Co-Captains Cheryl LeBel and Michelle Caplette and Sheila Morrill. 2nd 
v: Julie Tnavnicek, Kerry Thurlow, Maura Powers. Laura Cermel, Stephanie Polesnak and Knsti Panico. 3rd Row: Coach Jill 
ch, Tare Benoit. Kolby Forrester. Pam Clemence, Sheri Gaulin, Paula Couture and Colleen Davey. 




The 1 9B4 team, led by Junior Co-Captains 
Cheryl LeBel and Michelle Caplette, compiled the 
best record ever for an SHS Girls Track Team. 

Part of their success was the eclipsing of 
previous SHS records by Celeste Bellerose 
Cshot put], Cheryl LeBel (javelin & B8D), Michelle 
Pytko (440J, Stephanie Polesnak Chigh jump], 
and Tina Young Clong jump and 1 OOl Both relay 
teams broke SHS records and Colleen Davey 
tied the mile record. 

At the conclusion of the season, several of 
the girls participated in the Districts while Tina 
Young and Michelle Pytko were picked to the 
Border Conference Team. 

Coach Jill Leach voicing optimism for the 
future said, "A tremendous season! We had a 
fine group of young athletes who showed a 
great deal of dedication to the sport. " 



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PIONEER 
TRACK 




1 st Row: Head Coach David DiGregono, Shawn Cormier, Gana Tata, Ron Bachand, Stefan G nk, Co-Captains E 
Sottile and Walter Riel. Mark Normandm and Assistant Coach Peter Holden. 2nd Row: Rich Johnson. Joe Sot* 
Todd Robida, Alan Arns, Eric Brousseau. Jim Bachand. John Lawrence, John Renaud and Steve Allard. 3rd Rov 
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After two previous winning seasons 
and a Border Conference Championship 
in '83, the track team began its season 
with a great deal of optimism. That 
optimism wasn't reflected in winning, 
however, as the squad compiled a two 
and five won-loss record. 

First year Coach David DiGregorio's 
quote at the end of the season: "The 2 - 
5 season record was really not indicative 
of the talent found on this young track 
team. Although we had some bad breaks 
during the '84 season, we have the 
potential to turn that record around in 
the upcoming year." 



_ to R: Head Coach Dave DiGregono, Co-Captains Walter Riel and Ed Sottile and 
Assistant Coach Peter Holden. 



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The SHS Girls Tennis Team came 

close to splitting their season with 

an overall record of A and 6. 

Encouraged by Coach Carmen 

Loconto, the entire team worked 

hard to finish with a respectable 

season. 

Two team members earned 

outstanding individual achievements. 

Both Junior Co-Captain Jennifer 

Gosk and Sophomore Darlene 

Lamprey made the Bonder 

Conference All-Star Team. 

At the end of the season, Gosk, the 

team's most consistent player, said, 

"This year gave the younger 

prospects a chance to gain 

experience and next year we'll have 

maturity. With this, we should come 

out tough and ready!" 



Front: Lisa Maynard, Co-Captains Jennifer Roscoe and Jennifer Gosk and Stephanie 
Chrisikos. Back: Coach Carmen Loconto, Darlene Lamprey, Cara Poulin and Kara Canney. 







"TOUGH AND 
READY" FOR THE 

FUTURE 




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TENNIS 



Boys Tennis Coach Jim Kane's main 
problem for the 'QA season was again 
inexperience. For the past two years, our 
male netsters have given their all in effort 
but come up on the short end of 
respectable records. Their lack of 
experience, coupled with playing against 
stronger opposition, gave them an overall 2 
and "7 record. 




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Back: Don LeBlanc, Mike Vallee, Peter Lahberte. Scott Chomski 
and Coach Jim Kane. 



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During the past four seasons, our 

Pioneer harriers were led by 

experienced runners such as Walter 

Riel, Glenn Corbitt, Henry 

Hernandez and Bob LeBel. All were 

Border Conference All-Star 

selections and led their teams to 

successful seasons. 

This year's squad, however, lacked 

any upperclassmen with previous 

experience and, as many as ten 

members of the team were 

Freshmen. Even though Coach 

Leduc's runners suffered through a 

losing season, it is hoped that next 

year will bring improved results. 



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Steve Bellerose, Chris Caplette, Kevin Checkosky, JoeSottile, Craig Tata, David Robida, Robie Bruneau and 
Coach N. Richard Leduc. 



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A RARE SEASON 



After back to back Conference 
Championships the past two yeans 
CS3 & 'B21, and winning forty-five out 
of fifty-three matches the previous 
three years C'B1, 'BO, & 79), it was 
inevitable that the golf bubble would 
burst. It did in 1 9B4 as the team won 
only five out of twelve matches. 

Under the leadership of Captain 
Lance LaFortune, Coach Dennis De- 
sroches' team went for experience, a 
rarity for SHS golf teams. Lance and 
Kerry Dion were the only players with 
previous experience and the coach 
gave his "tournament-tried duo" plen- 
ty of credit. Hopefully, the experience 
gained will produce future SHS golf 
success. 




L to R: Coach Dennis Desroches, Peter Frey, Dennis Kroll and Chris Poirier. 



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ORGANIZATION 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

1 st Row: Christie Cotton, Lynda Cadarette, Kathy Lavalle, Treasurer Patricia Ramirez, Secretary Amy Szczygiel, Vice President 
Anthony Kowelewski, President Stephanie Chnsikos, Laurie Cote, Cars Poulin and Eric Brousseau. 2nd Row: Debbie Forand, 
Kerry Lafrenais, Michelle Frechette, Amy Boyer, Tina Young, Patty Buccelli, Neil Gendreau, Julie Travnicek, Jessica Graf, Jennifer 
Gosk, Sabina Zarazmski and Jean Shaw. 3rd Row: Celeste Bellerose, Monica Hamel, Edwin Gomez, Todd Robida, Carrie Lorkiewicz 
Karen Materas. Michelle Girard and Elaine Bruzios. 4th Row: William Amiott, Reed George, Sean Cormier, Michael Breen, Kolby 
Forrester and Colleen Davey 




1 st Row: Craig Berthiaume, Craig Boisvert. Terry Baker, Eric Earls, Amy McKmstry and Gary Peck. 2nd Row: Laurie Cote. 
Michelle John, Treasurer Stephanie Chnsikos, Vice President Gina Crance, President Michelle Ledoux, Secretary Julie Morrill, 
Activities Chairperson Michelle Girard, Amy Szczygiel, Linda Kantorski and Tina Young. 3rd Row: Advisor Mr. Jeffrey Theodoss, 
Melissa Reilly, Paula Couture, Eudoxia Tsongahs, Sherry Szydlik, Melissa Cournoyer, Kristi Panico, Diana Arpin and Tracy Jacques. 
4th Row: Kathy Lavallee, Jennifer Gosk, Edwin Gomez, Chris Poiner, Michelle Frechette, Activities Chairperson Amy Boyer and 
Celeste Bellerose. 



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Student 

Achievements 



Certificate of 
Academic Excellence 




Merit Scholars 



Top JuniorE 



Scholastically, the Top Seniors in the Class of 1 9B5 (shown 
above) were Michelle Rousseau, Christie Cotton, Neil Gen- 
dreau and Todd Robida. 

Anthony Kowalewski and Carrie Lorkiewicz (shown above) 
were awarded letters of commendation by the National Merit 
Scholarship Corporation. The honor, given to students who 
finish in the top five percent nationwide, used the 1 983 PSAT/ 
NMSQT scores as a basis. The distinction entitles the two to 
four year Special Scholarships which will be awarded by the 
American Optical Company Foundation. 

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In late October of 1 9B4, Senior Anthony Kowalewski was 
presented the Massachusetts Association of School Superin-I 
tendent's Certificate of Academic Excellence. He was later, 
honored at a luncheon at Worcester State College. The annual I 
awerd is given to the one student from the graduating class 
who has exhibited all-around scholastic excellence. (Picture 
above) 

Scholastically, the Top Juniors in the Class of 1 986 (shown 
above) were Amy Boyer, Colleen Davey, Eric Brousseau anoll 
Jean Shaw. 



Government Day 



Repnesentive 



MASC President 



Bake Off Award 




Exchange Students 



Trip to France 



Brian Cournoyer (above left] was elected our Student Gov- 
ernment Day Raprasantlva in Boston. Not in picture was his 
alternate, Amy Boyer. Gma Crance Cabove center] was elected 
President of the Massachusetts Association of Student 
Councils. Our three Exchange Students were (above I to r] 
Patricia Garcia (Colombia), Reidun Eitungierde (Norway) and 
Hakan Svensson (Sweden). 



Sophomore Class Vice-President Tara Benoit (above right) 
won the 1 st Annual Beehive Oven Bake Off at the Salem Cross 
Inn. Above students who went to France were ( 1 st Row) James 
Morin, Kelley Lambutis, Julie Morrill and Jon Vizard. 2nd Row: 
Michelle Frechette, Kelly Plante, Melissa Cournoyer, Sherry 
Szydlik, Kerry Lafrenais, Tara Benoit and trip advisor Ms. Linda 
Langevin Jowett. Others going were Paula Couture, Michelle 
Giguerre, Diane Roy, Diane Lavallee, Michelle Gaulin, Keith 
Gauthier and Jaclyn Mornsette. 



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For the past several 

years, the SHS 

cheerleaders have been 

the class cheering 

squad in Worcester 

County and, possibly of 

the entire state. 

This year's group, 

under Junior 

Tni-Captains Sherry 

Szydlik, Michelle 

Frechette and Kathy 

Lavallee, was no 

exception. 

Whether during the 

football or basketball 

seasons, they proved 

time and time again that 

cream always rises to 

the top. 

Their vigorous and 

crisp routines and 

cheers were the envy of 

other squads game 

after game and set the 

standard for others to 

follow. Dedication and 

pride and the 

outstanding leadership 

of thirteen-year coach 

Ms. Linda Langevin 

Jowett all contributed 

to their continued 

success. 

Front: Tri-Captains Kathy 

Lavallee, Sherry Szydlik and 

Michelle Frechette. Back: 

Michelle Gaulin, Paula 

Couture, Missy Cournoyer, 

Debbie Forand, Kerry 

Lafrenais, Sue Lazo, Kristi 

Panico and Tina Beaudry. 



The Spirit of The Pioneers 





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Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Front: Tracy Normandin, Tina Bechard, Co-Captain Lisa 
Graves, Amy McKmstry, Kim Vallee and Nicole Girard. Back: Amber Davis, Tracy Jacques, 
Kim Dion, Sandra Lanctot, Go-Captain Tara Benoit and Laurie Nedzweckas. 



Lisa and Tara 




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Varsity Math Team 



Front: Richard Johnson, Kolby 

Forrester, Julie Travnicek, Jeen 

Shew and Shawn Cormier. Back: 

Mary Chaplin, Eric Brousseau, 

Christopher Proulx, Sabina 

Zarazinski, Karen Farrand, 

Sherrie Cotton, Dina Pettinella, 

Todd Robids and Advisor Mr. 

Thomas Severance. 




Freshman Math Team 



Front: Kyriakos Konstantakis, 

Mike Desrosier and Eric Earls. 

Back: Sarah Boyer, Amy 

McKinstry, Anthony Dsimo, 

Jeffrey Skonieczny, CrBig 

Berthiaume and Advisor Mrs. 

Mary Cashmon. 




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lomputer Club 




Front: Jeff Horr, Todd Robide, 
Brennan Cipro and Christopher 
Auger. Back: Jim Tremblay, 
Dana Dupuis, Coney Alarie, 
Charles Hicks, Steve Sacramone 
and Advisor Mrs. Jackie Russell. 



A. V.A. Technichians 




Advisor Mr. John Parillo, Kent 
Boucher, James Morin. Craig 
Tata and Paula Couture. 



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The Southbridge High 

School Music Department 

presented its annual Xmas 

Music Festival in typical 

prime style. 

On a Wednesday evening in 

December, in our school 

auditorium, Ms. Narcisi and 

the Concert and Select 

Choirs together with Mr. 

Libera and his Concert and 

Jazz bands, put everyone in 

a Christmas frame of mind 

. . . complete with a visit 

from an old friend. 







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The Southbridge High Schoo 



Marching Band 

Jazz Band 

Band Officers 

Flag Corps 




Marching Band 1 st Row: Chris Auger, James Robida, Todd Robida, 

Tony Kowalewski, Patrick Spinelli and Cliff Carmel. 2nd Row: Kris Dimitri, 

Sabma Zarazinski, Dawn Lavallee. Julie Lachapelle, Jean Shaw, Pam 

Clemence, Julie Tnavnicek, Judy Morin, Kolby Forrester, Bill Lataille, 

Celeste Bellerose and Paula Sidebottom. 3rd Row: Chris Proulx, Dina 

Partlow, Melissa Rapo, Chris Diani, Zofia Zarazinski, Tammy Tervo, 

Debbie Coutu, Wendy Poswiatoski, Michelle Caplette, Lisa Ayotte, Kim 

Leboeuf and Many Chaplin. 



Jazz Band Front: Chris Diani, Patrick Spinelli, Darrel 
Thompson and Chris Auger. Back: Pam Clemence and 

Tammy Tervo. 



and Officers Front: Vice-President 

Celeste Bellerose, President Todd 

Robida and Librarian Wendy 

Poswiatoski. Back: Uniform 

Manager Paula Sidebottom, 

Treasurer Tony Kowalewski and 

Uniform Manager Debbie Coutu. 



Flag Corps Front: Michelle Cloutier, 

and Holly Babbitt. Back: Zofia 

Zarazinski, Camiel Thurlow and 

Paula Sidebottom. 



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"Sounds of Music 



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Concert Choir 
Select Choir 
Choir Officers 
Majorettes 




Concert Choir 1 st Row: Cathy Lsvallee, Debbie Burke, Melissa Parker, 
Deborah Anctil, Natalie Labonte, Karen Pelc, Ruby Jones, Luz Serrano 
and Carmen Gonzalez. 2nd Row: Karen Ryczek, Monique Proulx, Bruce 
Earnest, Robert Chernisky, Danny Carragher, Vivian Marrero, Kim 
Caplette, Michelle Sweet and Maria Hernandez. 3rd Row: Joy Renaud, 
Lisa Lizotte, Sam Gonzalez, Gary Peck, Darrel Thompson, Pam Giroux 
and Lynda Cadarette. 5th Row: Kim Poitras, Deidre Flanagan, Holly 
Babitt, Tony Kowalewski, Kim Szczypien, Jenny Sheehan, Tabitha 
Trudeau and Joelle Poprovo. Bth Row: Advisor Ms. Bonnie Narcisi, 
Cathy Dunn, Maria DiGiovanni, Jenny Rowell, Kelly Clark, Reidun 
Eitungjerde and Irence Romero. 

Choir Officers Front: Per "7 Secretary Lynda 
Cadarette, Per. 2 Secretary Irene Romero and Per. "7 
Librarian Kelly Clark. Back: Advisor Ms. Bonnie 
Narcisi, Vice-President Deidre Flanagan, Treasurer 
Bruce Earnest, Per. 2 Librarian Karen Ryczek and 
President Joelle Poprovo. 

Select Choir 1 st Row: Robert Chernisky, Irene 
Romero, Michelle Sweet, Reidun Eitungierde and 
Marcia Hernandez. 2nd Row: Bruce Earnest, Maria 
DiGiovanni, Danny Carragher, Vivian Marrero and 
Natalie Labonte. 3rd Row: Deidre Flanagan, Kim 
Szczypien, Joelle Poprovo, Gary Peck, Tony 
Kowalewski, Kim Caplette and Choral Director Ms. 
Bonnie Narcisi. 

Mejorettee Yvette Poirier and 
Co-Captains Pam Leduc and Sue 
Brodeur. 

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The Big Red Banc 





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Quebec: A Friend For Life 

At 5:30 A.M., on April 

23, 1 3S<4, the French 

Club embarked from SHS 

and headed for Quebec, 

Canada. The 1 O hour trip 

flew by and before they 

knew it, the Canadian 

border awaited them. 

For the next three days, 

sights such as the 

Montomorency Falls, Ste. 

Anne de Beaupre, the 

Citadel, and the beautiful 

Chateau Frontenac were 

seen. 

The revolving L'Astrol 

Restaurant, located in the 

Concord Hotel, was the 

favorite easting spot! ! 

The French Club came 

back having made a 

life-long friend — Quebec, 

Canada! 



Front: Donna Fowble, Jessica 

Graf and Michelle Rousseau. 

Back: Michelle Sweet and 

Christie Cotton. 



The French Club 







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Student Leaders 




1 st Row: Kelly Cotton, Jean 
Shaw, Sue Fafard, Pam Giroux, 
Carrie Lorkiewicz, Lynda 
Cadarette and Advisor Mrs. 
Lorraine Gately. 2nd Row; NHza 
Delgado, Linda Kantorski, Tina 
Young, Melissa Rapo, Michelle 
Caplette, Colleen Oavey, Julie 
Travnicek and Kathy Lavallee. 3rd 
Row: Melissa Cournoyer, Amy 
Boyer, Michelle Frechette, 
Michele Pytko, Laurie Cote, 
Karen Materas, Michelle Girard, 
Gale Sauvageau and Julie Morrill. 



Multi Cultural Club 




Front: Carmen Rivera, Patricia 
Garcia, Nancy Miranda, Mildred 
Gonzalez and Advisor Mrs. Anna 
O'Leary. Back: Tom Lisi, Melissa 
Reilly and Hakan Svensonn. 



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The Class of 1 985 

1 st Row: John Rapo, Nevm Montigny, Jose Galarza, Stephanie Chnisikos, Elaine Bruzios, Lisa Laviguer, Kathy Miller, Vivian Marrero, Cars 
Poulin, Lisa Boucher, Sean Blake, Judy Bergeron, Laurie Burke, Danny McDonald, Kim Carmel, Jennifer Gosk, Hector Rivera, Mrs. McGann 
and Mr. Hoogasian. 2nd Row: Robert George, Scott L'Ecuyer, Karen Materas, Michelle Ledoux, Michelle Girard, Debbie Ferron, Margo 
Panico, Gail Turner, Gina Crance, David LaBonte, Kelly Cotton, Gayle Kondracki, Amy Szczygiel, Christie Cotton, Michelle Rousseau, Donna 
Fowble, Jessica Graf. 3rd Row: Alan Anns. Lori Patnaude, Carrie Lorkiewicz, Jimmy Bachand, Scott Burden, David Beaulieu, Danny Girard, 
Christine St. Laurent, Tracy Thompson, Brenda Roias, Lisa Matte, Monique Parent, Rosa Ramos, Michelle Sweet, Darcy Leduc, and Brenda 
Carrero. 4th Row: Patty Buccelli, Cheryl LeBel, Michelle Caplette, Kara Canney, Kelley Dunn, Wendy Vandal, Pam Giroux, Becky Bernard, 
Debbie Coutu, Laura Cournoyer and Patty Garcia. 5th Row: Bill Lataille, Laurie Lanctot, Dara Proulx, Carmen Lanza, Monique Lafleche, Joelle 
Poprovo, Joy Renaud, Lisa Lizotte, Reidun Eitungjerde, Angie Laroe, Hakan Svensson, Yumi Sakai, and Melanie Belanger, Sth Row: Judie 
Morm. Pattie Ramirez, Greg Herbert, Tammy Tervo, Michelle Lariviere, Barbara Bacon, Monica Hamel, Shirley Giroux, Kim Caplette, Karen 
Igoe, Kerry Thurlow, Karen Merceri. Michelle Russell, Scott Chomski. 7th Row: Jeff Cantara, Kerry Dion, Gerardo Alicea, Tom Vangel, Tony 
Kowalewski, Todd Robida, Shawn Cormier, Richard Johnson, Christine Ryczek, Ramon Andujar, Sue Splaine, Michelle Arsenault, Lynne Tully, 
Robert Chernisky and Jimmy Tremblay. Bth Row: Michael Breen, Jimmy Alicea, Jeff Tully, Sean Osowski, Todd Costa, Ismael Alicia, Rinaldo 
Bernadone, Jeff Ferron, Jeff Trudeau, Derek Cornveau, Randy Brackett, Christopher Biadasz, John Ferron, Athas Tsongahs, Phantavong 
Bounphasaysonh, Sengmany Bounphasaysohl. Sth Row: Billy Amiott, Christopher Downer, Christopher Carragher, Gary Menard, Kile 
Parent, Timmy Baker, Barry Latour, Todd Dsimo, Patrick Morrill, Neil Gendreau, Willie Sanchez, Rafferty Rupert, Robert Wirtanen, Mike 
Vallee. Mike Lavallee, Jeff Lacasse, Alan Lemoine and Danny Warren. 



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Yearbook Business Staff Advisor Mr. Hapgood 
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Yearbook Editorial Advisor Mr. Varin and his 
co-Editors-in-Chief extend their congratulations 
to the entire yearbook staff on a job well done. 



I would like to personally thank Christie Cotton 
for her time and assistance. To simply let her be 
remembered as Editor-in-Chief of the layout 
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Ad Index 




Accent Floor Covering 


All Star Premium 


ASM Tool & Die Co., Inc. 


296 Main St. 


Main St. 


Mill St. 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Sturbridge, MA 01 566 


Southbridge, MA01550 


764-3890 


347-7672 


764-3241 


American Optical 


A.N. McGrath Ins. Agency, Inc. 


Arpin, McCurdy & Brodeur Real 


1 4 Mechanic St. 


328 Main St. 


Estate 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


400 Main St. 


765-971 1 


764-2556 


Southbridge, MA01550 
764-8608 


A S W Sheet Metal Works Co., Inc. Big Bunny Market 


Bousquet's Auto Parts 


1 26 Ashland Ave. 


942 Main St. 


20 Dupaul St. 


Southbridge, MA0155D 


Southbridge, MA0155D 


Southbridge, MA01550 


765-5436 




764-4376 


Burnham Ins. Agency, Inc. 


Butler's Flower Shop 


Central Pizza 


39 Elm St. 


1D Elm St. 


57 Central st. 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA0155D 


764-4301 


764-5040 


764-2541 


Chez Joan Beauty Salon 


Codman & Shurtleff Applied 


Deluxe Driving School 


36 Strand Place 


Fiberoptics 


115 Westwood Parkway 


Southbridge, MA01550 


E. Main St. 


Southbridge, MA01550 


765-5523 


Southbridge, MA01550 
765-9121 


764-6000 


E. Brodeur Furniture 


E.D. Desrosier & Co. , Inc. 


Fortunato Decorating Center 


1 68 Mechanic St. 


27 Hamilton St. 


Rt. 1 31 . 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA 01 550 


Sturbridge, MA 01 566 


764-3097 


764-4321 


347-7687 


Fred Volari's Studios of Self 


Goodwins 


Hyde Manufacturing Company 


Defense 


322 Main St. 


54 Eastford Rd. 


69 Main St. 


Southbridge, MAD1550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Sturbridge, MAC 1566 


764-3155 


764-4344 


347-3312 






J.J. Delehanty & Company 


Josten's 


Kahula Restaurant 


856 Main St. 


8 Skyline Dr. 


Sturbridge Rd. 


Southbridge, MAD1550 


Franklin, MA 02038 


Sturbridge, MA 01 566 


764-6042 




347-7121 


Knight Chevrolet Inc. 


Larochelle Electric Co., Inc. 


Lucy's Cleaners 


85 Hamilton St. 


651 Worcester St. 


238 Mechanic St. 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MAD1550 


Southbridge MA 01 550 


764-4356 


764-3934 


764-3551 



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Ad Index 




Madore Engineering Co., Inc. 


Marino's Barber Style Shop 


Marlene's Hair With Care 


68 West St. 


50 Elm St. 


39 Elm St. 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge. MA01550 


764-2505 


765-5488 


764-3681 


Menard's Glass Inc. 


Morse Lumber Co., Inc 


Palmerino Wholesalers, Inc. 


220 Mechanic St. 


99D N. Woodstock Rd. 


Crane St. 


Southbridge. MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


765-5823 


764-2535 


764-8394 


Paquette Stationary Company 


Park Lane Motors Inc. 


Pine Grove Motel 


248 Main St. 


1 7 Goddard St. 


P.O. Box 849 


Southbridge MA 01 550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Sturbridge, MA01566 


764-5467 


764-4432 


347-9673 


Rom's 


Rudi's 


Russell Harrington Cutlery, Inc. 


Sturbridge Rd. 


314 Worcester St. 


44 River St. 


Sturbridge, MA0 1566 


Southbridge MA 01 550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


347-3349 


764-4385 


765-0201 


Savers Co-operative Bank 


Shawmut Worcester Country Bank 


Sheraton Sturbridge Inn 


15 Elm St. 


249 Main St. 


Rt. 20 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Sturbridge, MA01566 


764-4329 


764-2531 


347-7393 


Southbridge Credit Union 


Southbridge Livery 


Southbridge Savings Bank 


205 Main St. 


1 42 Hamilton St. 


253 Main St. 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


765-5454 


764-8232 


765-91 03 


Southbridge Sheet Metal Works, 


Stanco Tool Inc. 


Studio One 


Inc. 


Golf St. 


1 5 Hamilton St. 


Mill St. 


Southbridge, MA 01 550 


Southbridge MA 01 550 


Southbridge, MA01550 


764-2594 


764-2189 


764-3281 






Trahan Bros, Inc 


United Lens Company 


Universal Tag, Inc. 


570 South t. 


259 Worcester St. 


Sturbridge Rd. 


Southbridge MA 01 550 


Southbridge. MA01550 


Sturbridge, MA01566 


764-8814 


765-5421 


347-3382 


Whistle Stop Sport Shop 


Wyman's Liquors, Inc. 




323 Main St. 


91 6 Main St. 




Southbridge, MA01550 


Southbridge, MA01550 




764-3205 


764-7061 





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DONOR PAGE 



Dr. Thomas E. Boccia 

Ms. Sally Byrne 

Mr. David Byron 

Michael Caplette, Attorney 

Mrs. Mary Clarke 

Mrs. Lorraine Gately 

Mr. Peter Hapgood 

Dr. Bruce Kolbe 

Mrs. Kathleen Lamarine 

Ms. Sylvia Lenti 

Ms. Bonnie Narcisi 

Mrs. Nichols 

Ms. Anne O'Connell 

Mr. Marshall's Hairstylist 

Mrs. A. Mendes-O'Leary 

Mr. John Parillo 

Mrs. Janet Poirier 

Ms. Virginia Poulin 

Dr. Charles Roy 

Ms. Sylvia Tashjian 

Mrs. Theresa Tersa 

Dr. Rose Therakan 

Mr. Jeff Theodoss 

Mr. Albert Thomas 

Ms. Eleanor Tremblay 

Mrs. Jeanne Turner 

Mrs. Janet Tylick 

Mr. Roland Varin 

Mr. David Yacavace 

Accent Floor Covering 

All Star Premium 

ASM Tool & Die Co., Inc. 

American Optical 

A.N. McGrath Ins. Agency, Inc. 

Arpin, McCurdy & BrodeurReal Estate 

A & W Sheet Metal Works Co., Inc. 

Big Bunny Market 

Bousquet's Auto Parts 

Burnham Ins. Agency Inc. 

Butler's Flower Shop 

Central Pizza 

Chez Joan Beauty Salon 

Codman & Shurtleff Applied Fiberoptics 



Deluxe Driving School 

E. Brodeur Furniture 

Brother's Pizza 

E.D. Desrosier & Co. , Inc 

Fortunato Decorating Center 

Fred Volari's Studios of Self Defense 

Goodwin's 

Hyde Manufacturing Company 

J.J. Delehanty & Company 

Josten's 

Kahula Restaurant 

Knight Chevrolet Inc. 

Larochelle Electric Co., Inc. 

Lucy's Cleaners 

Madore Engineering Company, Inc. 

Marino's Barber Style Shop 

Marlene's Hair With Care 

Menard's Glass Inc. 

Morse Lumber Co. , Inc. 

McKinstry Oil Company 

Palmerino Wholesalers Inc. 

Paquette Stationery Company 

Park Lane Motors, Inc. 

Pine Grove Motel 

Rom's Restaurant 

Rudi's 

Russell Harrington Cutlery, Inc. 

Salon East 

Savers Co-operative Bank 

Shawmut Worcester County Bank 

Sheraton Sturbridge Inn 

Simsak Machine & tool Co., Inc. 

Southbridge Credit Union 

Southbridge Livery 

Southbridge Savings Bank 

Southbridge Sheet Metal Works, Inc 

Stanco Tool Inc. 

Studio One 

Trahan Bros. Inc. 

United Lens Company 

Universal Tag, Inc. 

Whistle Stop Sport Shop 

Wyman's Liquors, Inc. 



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